Minnesota Basketball News latest rankings have five Big Nine Conference schools ranked among the Top 20 in Class 3A and Class 4A.

In Class 3A Mankato West #6, Austin #9, Mankato East #10 and Red Wing #17.  Class 4A Owatonna is #12.

South Suburban Conference has four rated schools in the Class 4A top 11 with Shakopee #2, Eastview #6, Lakeville North #8 and Rosemount #11.

Lake City #12 in Class 2A and Stewartville #19 Class 3A are the two Hiawatha Valley League teams rated.

The Gopher Conference has two ranked teams also.  Maple River #6 in Class 2A and Hayfield is #4 in Class 1A.

Three Rivers Conference has Caledonia #3 in Class 2A and Rushford-Peterson #3 in Class 1A.

Below are the complete listings of teams in each class rated by Minnesota Basketball News.

Class 1A

1.Sleepy Eye St. Mary's
2. Central MN Christian
3. Rushford-Peterson
4. Hayfield
5. Cass Lake-Bena
6. New York Mills
7. Mahnomen-Waubun
8. Martin County West
9. Fertile-Beltrami
10.Mankato Loyola
13. Ashby
14. Southwest MN Christian
15.Spring Grove
16. Cherry
17. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa
18. North Woods
19. Sacred  Heart
20. Mountain Iron-Buhl

Class 2A

1. Minneapolis North
2. Minnehaha Academy
3. Caledonia
4. Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta
5. Blake
6. Maple River
7. Annandale
8. Sauk Centre
9. Albany
11.Minneapolis Edison
12. Redwood Valley
13. Rockford
14. Fergus Falls
15. Lake City
16. Pipestone
17. Southwest Christian
18. Spectrum
19. Milaca
20. Melrose

Cass 3A

1. Totino-Grace
2. DeLaSalle
3. South St. Paul
4. Alexandria
5. Columbia Heights
6. Mankato West
7. Princeton
8. Benilde-St. Margarets
9. Austin
10.Mankato East
12.Two Rivers
14, Mahtomedi
15. Richfield
16. St. Paul Johnson
17. Red Wing
18. North Branch
19. Stewartville
20. Hibbing

Class 4A

1.Park Center
2. Shakopee
3. Wayzata
4. Cretin-Derham Hall
5. East Ridge Woodbury
6. Eastview Apple Valley
7. Hopkins
8. Lakeville North
9. Park
10.Spring Lake Park
13.Mounds View
16.Sartell-St. Stephen
17. Andover
18.Minneapolis South
20.Elk River

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